Jason Lopez

August 26, 1966October 24, 2018

Jason Lopez, 52 of Seattle, Washington passed away on October 24, 2018. He was born in Orange County on August 27, 1966. Jason graduated from Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana and soon after, had a career in the U.S. Navy for 13 years. After his honorable discharge from the Navy, he went to work for Amtrak for 12 years. He had a passion for music and playing his many guitars. He also enjoyed spending time with his many friends and family. He was survived by his wife Chyrs Lopez, daughter Emily Lopez, parents Rudy and Carmen Lopez, sister and brother-in-law Kim and David Padilla and his nieces and nephew Justine, Jillian and Jake Cathey. Services to be announced.


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Vincent Martinez

December 1, 2018

Dear Lopez Family,
I am truly sorry for your loss. May the promise found in John 5:28,29 and Acts 24:15 give you comfort during this difficult time. Again I am so sorry for your loss.

John Miller

November 3, 2018

Mr. Lopez was a true Metallica fan and a rocker at heart. I work with him a lot on Canadian train runs where he would always say hello John Mellencamp not sure if that was his type of music but I never took it as a put-down. He always had a great attitude and I wish I could have known him better outside of work. Jason will be missed a lot by a whole bunch of people. Keep rocking on the other side because you sure did here on earth.

Joe Binkley

November 2, 2018

Me and Jason attended St.Callistus Catholic School together way back in the day...awesome person,always upbeat.....And then i had the pleasure of remeeting him as an adult when our classmates had a grade school was really neat to see how he had grown into a fine adult..I will miss you my friend...but let it be know ,we shall meet again..Brother..

Judy Barron

November 2, 2018

OMG there are so many memories, I can’t even begin to tell you, that’s when somebody goes beyond being your friend and becomes your family. LO had so many coined phrases that ever since his passing, has had a profound effect in my everyday life that’s how I know he was my brother. I know he would tell me right now stop “bullshitting “ carry on. Then I would tell him NO the “bullshitting “ starts...,, RIGHT NOW! He always protected me and got me through the rough times in my life with his humor and love. Even though we would fall out sometimes it was never for long we always forgave. I can’t stop wishing we would’ve had one more summer one more concert, one more chance to work together, one more moment to express my love. My only peace is I did express my love before he left, every time I saw him I hugged him. I LOVE YOU LO! I miss you. Hope you come and visit me if I end up downstairs, you might even break me out, no I know you would.🤗

Mary McDowell

November 2, 2018

What a beautiful human being. I can not express how kind, patient, and hard-working Jason was to be around. My career spans years of 3-10 minute train stops. In such short moments one becomes endeared to very special people. Jason's humor and kindness will be admired from those moments he shined through.💕

Darin Bryan

November 2, 2018

I never worked with Jason but he and I attended Conductor school back east together when we hired out in March 2006. He was a wonderful friend, leader, and comrade. Our call sign when I’d arrive into SEATTLE, (his crewbase), “Subshop!” Our inside joke! I’ll miss our one liners and our conversations dating back to our crazy “unlucky” 13 class. Good times buddy! When you meet my Mom up in Heaven, say hello to her and laugh and cry together! She’s a really neat person just like you! See you one day up there Brother! Highball!!!!! ❤️

Allen Burt

November 1, 2018

I worked with this awesome person for 10 years!!
Jason was always kind and friendly and a great person to call my friend!!
His favorite phrase every time I saw him was
I am honored to have shared 10 years with him!!
Fair winds and following seas sir!!
We have the watch, you have been relieved!!
Thank you for your service